Makakilo - Kapolei - Honokai Hale, Hawaii

Island Recycling Inc

States Largest multi commodity recycler

Island Recycling Inc

91-140 Kaomi Loop
Kapolei, HI 96707
808-682-9200
Island Recycling Inc, Recycling, Services, Kapolei, Hawaii

Founded in 1983 with a mission to protect Hawaii’s environment, Island Recycling Inc. has grown to become the state’s largest multi-commodity recycler. Through their services to consumers and commercial clients, this Kapolei recycling center keeps nearly 60,000 tons of recyclables out of landfills each year.

While committed to sustainable practices, Island Recycling Inc. is also determined to provide convenience and competitive rates to their customers. With three locations open seven days a week, they make it easy to bring in materials for recycling. If you’ve got a large load, this recycling center even will help with hauling and equipment rental.

If you want to sell scrap metal, Island Recycling Inc. buys materials at current market value, ensuring you get the best exchange rate for your goods. Working with industrial, government, and commercial clients, this recycling center is known for helping Hawaiian businesses improve their bottom line while encouraging sustainable practices. As Hawaii’s one-stop recycling shop, Island Recycling Inc. is the easiest place to bring a diverse collection of recyclables, including:

  • HI-5 cans, bottles, and other beverage containers
  • Scrap metal, including aluminum, copper, lead, steel, and zinc
  • Electronics
  • Plastics
  • Batteries
  • Tires
  • Paper and cardboard

Not sure how or what to recycle in Hawaii? Visit the Island Recycling Inc. website to learn about specific materials they accept and find details about their free notary for copper sales. Call Island Recycling Inc. at (808) 682-9200 with questions. As specialists experienced in all methods of eco-friendly recycling, they will help you determine the best way to dispose of waste.

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